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Brighten up your living space Posted On 20 June 2018

You don’t have to spend a fortune to give a room a mini facelift – some new cushions will do the trick! Here are just some of our favourites

John Lewis Prism Cushion

Vibrant and kaleidoscopic, this tessellated triangle cushion looks wonderful either as a mass of differently patterned cushions, or as a stand-alone armchair piece. Available in orange or blue colourways.

£25 www.johnlewis.com

Habitat Cheetah Multi-coloured Patterned Cushion

Exclusive to Habitat, this Cheetah multi-coloured patterned cushion is a playful, stylised, screen-printed design that adds lively colour and pattern to a scheme.

£11.25 www.habitat.co.uk

Dunelm Durable Grey Faux Fur Cushion

In a light shade of grey, this faux goat fur cushion is fabricated from durable materials with a shaggy pile type, completed by a soft polyester hollow fibre filling.

£12 www.dunelm.com

Ideal Home Scandi Geo Cushion

This is ideal for brightening up your space without having to completely redecorate. In a charming multi-coloured design, the geometric print brings a pop of modern colour to your sofa or armchair.

£14.99 www.very.co.uk

Bird Print Cushion

This lovely bird print cushion from Next is 100% cotton and machine washable. What’s more to love? Polyester pad included.

£10 www.next.co.uk

IKEA Rodarv Cushion

Embroidery adds texture and lustre to this IKEA cushion. Size: 40x65cm.

£20 www.ikea.com

Home Pom Pom Cushion

With pom-pom trim edge, this quirky cushion is sure to find a special place in anyone’s home. 100% cotton. Polyester pad included.

£12 www.next.co.uk

Cushion Cover Castleton Home

Cushion covers can give your home the personal touch. Made of cotton, this cushion cover is durable and easy to clean. Perfect.

£27.99 www.wayfair.co.uk

T-Tropic Cotton Cushion Cover Tom Tailor

This attractive cushion cover features a natural, high quality cotton. The colourful print is a real eye-catcher. Size: 50 cm x 50 cm.

£27.99 www.wayfair.co.uk

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